The forehand swing path is very similar to a bowling motion. To get the feel for the bowling motion, you can simply take a few tennis balls and bowl them towards a target. After 20 or so repetitions, take your racket and see if you can implement this feeling of bowling into your swing.
Forehand Drive Stroke Mechanism. Forehand drive and Forehand Topspin attack share the same mechanism. Lower your standing and bend your abdomen. Legs are wide as the shoulder (or a little wider) Right foot is little behind the left foot. By doing the weight transfer, you can easily rotate your waist.
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What Is The Forehand Drive? The forehand drive is one of the four basic table tennis strokes. The other three are the backhand drive, backhand push and forehand push. The forehand drive is an attacking stroke played with a small amount of topspin. It is a drive shot and not a topspin loop! The forehand drive is played against long or medium length topspin or float balls.
You’d normally play the forehand drive close to the table when your opponent’s return is a little high. You can play a forehand drive if the ball has topspin, no spin or even light backspin on it, as long as the ball is high enough. Against a low ball with heavy backspin, a drive shot won’t be very effective, as you won’t have a good angle to get the ball over the net.
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In order to impart topspin for a tennis forehand, the racquet must move upwards. But since we hold the racquet in the dominant arm, we tend to use only the arm – meaning the shoulder joint. (It’s also the strongest, and we like to use it for more power.)
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